The KBO is the governing body that governs 2 professional baseball leagues in South Korea - the KBO League and the KBO Futures League. On their list of sports tournaments is the KBO League Korean Series and the All-Star Game. Being a member of the International Baseball Federation, they are also tasked with facilitating the participation of the national baseball team in international sporting events.
Since 2000, the national South Korea baseball team has been put firmly on the map by coming second in the World Baseball Classic (twice) and winning bronze and gold in the 2000 and 2008 Olympic games, respectively.
KBO League Korean Series plays baseball very similar to the best baseball championships. The rules of baseball in South Korea are closely related to the American Major League Baseball (MBL). They both have a designated hitter rule (US, as of 2022), but bat flipping considered normal in South Korea is seen as offensive in the USA.
Ties are not common in important games in the USA, who allow an indefinite number of extra innings to decide the winner. Whilst ties are very few, the KBO League puts a limit of 12 innings on regular season games and a 15 innings limit in the playoffs which means the teams could tie.